Bigfoot Killed In San Antonio, According To A Texas Hunter

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Does Bigfoot exist? One hunter in Texas claims he does and claims he has definitive proof! In North American folklore, Bigfoot or Sasquatch is said to be a hairy, upright-walking, ape-like creature. It dwells in the wilderness and leaves footprints.

A majority of mainstream scientists have historically discounted the existence of the creature. They consider it to be a combination of folklore, mis-identification, and hoax, rather than a living animal.


The hunt is never ending. Just this last week, a Montana man was out target shooting when he became a target himself. It was because a man “mistook him for Bigfoot,”

“I thought you were Bigfoot,” the shooter told the victim in the victim’s telling of the story, according to Dutton. “I don’t target practice — but if I see something that looks like Bigfoot, I just shoot at it.”

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But Texan Rick Dyer claims he lured the creature with $200 worth of ribs before trapping and killing it on Sept. 6, 2012. He claims he has plans to take the body on a nationwide tour.

Not only has Bigfoot been found, but he’s been photographed, examined and DNA tested.

Dyer said he plans to tour the creature around the country after releasing a picture of him last week.

“Bigfoot is not a tooth fairy — Bigfoot is real,” Dyer told TV station KSAT in San Antonio. “The most important thing to me is being vindicated, letting people know that I am the best Bigfoot tracker in the world and it’s not just me saying it.”

On his website, Dyer claims he found Bigfoot on Sept. 6, 2012.

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“I tracked a creature. I shot it,” he said. “With tears in my eyes, I watched it take its last breath.”

In an account of the incident Dyer, a self-described professional Bigfoot hunter, said people reported a “giant hairy beast” in the wooded area and he bought ribs from a local Walmart that he nailed to a tree to lure the beast.

Dyer said his hands went numb as he aimed the gun at the creature after it ripped the ribs off the tree and walked away.

Rick and Morgan Mathews, the director of the documentary “Shooting Bigfoot,” then purchased $200 worth of ribs and nailed them all over the area. Finally, he said, Bigfoot walked directly in front of him and “all hell broke loose.”

Dyer chased after it and shot him.

“That night Rick Dyer became known as ‘The Best Bigfoot Tracker in the World’ and changed history the way we know it,” the account proclaims.

But this is not the first time Dyer has claimed to find Bigfoot’s body. The National Geographic News reported in 2008 that Dyer claimed to media that he had a body that later turned out to be a rubber ape costume.

But despite his history of past  hoaxes, Dyer insists this time it’s real and he has the studies to prove it.

He told the station a lab in Washington state has given the body “every test that you can possibly imagine,” including DNA tests and 3-D optical scans.

“It is the real deal,” he told the station. “It’s Bigfoot and Bigfoot’s here, and I shot it and now I’m proving it to the world.”


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